I followed your instructions already twice - and Safari still freezes after 3 to 5 clicks.
I cannot identify a specific thing I do to bring to stop working - it just is not very reactive overall and then it stops to react at all.
I can just end via using the menu in a different program and use the "end immediately" command.
When I shut down the computer and re-start, Safari can be re-opened, still it freezes again very quickly.
What should I try next?
Do you need any further details from me?
Thanks for your help,
looking forward to your reply!
Yes - it worked better.
And I found that the Safari under Safemode does not show the line "About Glims" (underneath the "About Safari") in the drop-down Menu.
As there was an update of Glims almost at the same time as the Safari-Update - and afterwards all the "trouble" started, I suspect the Glims Add-on to be responsible for kind of a negative interference...
What do you think - what can I do?
I will try whatever you suggest tomorrow evening - now, I have go to bed, it is already 22.22PM here.
Thank you very much,
talk to you tomorrow,
yeah - it worked, I uninstalled (and even re-installed again already) the Glims and Safari works fine again.
I also tried to rate you just a minute ago - it did not work... I will try again and otherwise need support here.
I got the message that I did not have permission to access the page?
In any case - thanks a lot for your very fast and helpful responses!!
I will for sure use this platform again for my next Mac question I might have...
Very best regards XXXX XXXXXXX,